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I love Lucy. Harpo Marx

Author: Lucille Ball; Harpo Marx; CBS Television Network.
Publisher: [1955-05-09]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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"Lucy is frantic because she has promised Caroline Appleby that there would be 'real movie stars' at an 'open house' she envisioned, assuming, of course, that Mrs. Appleby would already be on her way to Hawaii. Remembering that her New York chum is practically blind without her spectacles, Lucy and Ethel scheme to steal the eyeglasses and use movie star masks to fool her. Caroline arrives at the Ricardo suite,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Situation comedies
Caricatures and cartoons
Drama
Named Person: Gary Cooper; Clark Gable; Jimmy Durante; Harpo Marx
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Lucille Ball; Harpo Marx; CBS Television Network.
OCLC Number: 82918885
Notes: Situation comedy.
Credits supplied from: The I love Lucy book / Bart Andrews. 1985.
Broadcast on CBS.
Show no. 124.
Credits: Director of photography, Karl Freund; music director, Wilbur Hatch, conducting the Desi Arnaz Orchestra; production manager, Argyle Nelson; editorial supervisor, Dann Cahn; assistant director, Jack Aldworth; film editor, Bud Molin; rerecording editor, Robert Reeve; original music, Eliot Daniel; art director, Ralph Berger; set dresser, Theodore Offenbecker; sound recorder, Cameron McCulloch; makeup, Max Factor, Hal King; Property master, Dick Henrikson; Miss Ball's wardrobe, Elois Jenssen; sound, Glen Glenn Sound. Music: Take me out to the ball game.
Cast: Lucille Ball (Lucy Ricardo); Desi Arnaz (Ricky Ricardo); Vivian Vance (Ethel Mertz); William Frawley (Fred Mertz); Harpo Marx (himself); Doris Singleton (Caroline Appleby).
Event notes: Filmed at Motion Picture Center. Record date: March 24, 1955.
Other Titles: Harpo Marx
I love Lucy.
Responsibility: sponsors, Philip Morris & Co. and Procter & Gamble ; agency, the Biow Co., Inc. ; executive producer, Desi Arnaz ; producer, Jess Oppenheimer ; director, William Asher ; writers, Jess Oppenheimer, Madelyn Pugh, and Bob Carroll, Jr.

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"Lucy is frantic because she has promised Caroline Appleby that there would be 'real movie stars' at an 'open house' she envisioned, assuming, of course, that Mrs. Appleby would already be on her way to Hawaii. Remembering that her New York chum is practically blind without her spectacles, Lucy and Ethel scheme to steal the eyeglasses and use movie star masks to fool her. Caroline arrives at the Ricardo suite, whereupon Lucy quickly makes off with Appleby's glasses before excusing herself ' to go next door and borrow a cup of sugar.' Meanwhile, down by the hotel pool, 'sun worshippers' Ricky and Fred encounter funnyman Harpo Marx who kindly agrees to stop by and visit Lucy. Disguised as Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, Jimmy Durante, and others, Lucy manages to fool the nearsighted friend. But suddenly, while Lucy is away changing into another disguise, Harpo Marx appears. Ethel assumes it's Lucy until Lucy herself arrives dressed as Harpo Marx. After an unusual harp rendition of 'Take me out to the ball game, ' Harpo and Lucy enact a classic mirror bit, re-creating the famous pantomime scene from one of the Marx Brothers' movies, Duck soup. The episode concludes with Fred and Ricky, dressed as Chico and Groucho, making an appearance, hoping to help Lucy impress Caroline--who has already left for Hawaii to join husband Charlie"--The I love Lucy book / Bart Andrews. 1985.

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